In This Review
The World and the Great-Power Triangles

The World and the Great-Power Triangles

Edited by William E. Griffith

MIT Press, 1975, 480 pp.

The contributors to this valuable symposium analyze regional developments in the light of détente and the fragmentation of bipolarity into two triangles: political-military (the U.S., the U.S.S.R., and China) and economic (the U.S., the EEC, and Japan). Regional foci include the Balkans, Middle East, South Asia, and Northeast Asia.